SparkFun 9DoF IMU (ICM-20948) Breakout Hookup Guide

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Contributors: Ell C, Liquid Soulder
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Resources and Going Further

For more information on the ICM-20948, check out the links below:

This tutorial focuses on using the 9DoF with Arduino. To use the ICM-20948 on a Raspberry Pi with Python, check out the Qwiic SHIM Kit Hookup Guide for Raspberry Pi for more information.

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Get started with the Serial LCD with RGB backlight and 9DoF IMU (ICM-20948) via I2C using the Qwiic system and Python on a Raspberry Pi! Take sensor readings and display them in the serial terminal or SerLCD.

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